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WSU’s Green Times: Monarchs, honey bees, dairy footprints, food economy

Wanted: Monarch butterflies, last seen heading south Researchers at Washington State University are calling upon the public throughout the western U.S. to report sightings of…

WSU’s Green Times- Butterflies and Cattle, CSA, Global Health

Cattle could protect butterflies, conserve prairies Butterflies, cattle, and the military may seem like unlikely bedfellows, but for native prairies — some of the most…

WSU’s Green Times – Benefits of organic, quinoa in Rwanda, food preservation

July 2014 Major study documents benefits of organic farming The largest study of its kind has found that organic foods and crops have a suite…

WSU’s Green Times – Mobile Garden, Bread Lab, Pesticide Residues

June 2014 Mobile garden drives students to learn When Ciara Dahm brought her dresser to Washington State University as a freshman, she envisioned it holding…

WSU’s Green Times- OFoot, Barley, 10 years

Putting local barley, flavor on the horizon Using traditional breeding techniques, scientists at WSU are developing new barley varieties for the microbrewing and distilling industries.…

WSU’s Green Times- Tilth Producers, Quinoa Harvest

Growing quinoa in the Pacific Northwest Growing quinoa where few have grown before, Hannah Walters and Adam Peterson are learning important lessons about what the…

WSU’s Green Times- Farmers Markets, Home Garden, Organic Matters

Shining a light on Washington farmers markets The number of farmers markets in the state have more than doubled in the last decade, from nearly…

WSU’s Green Times- Cultivating Veterans, Quinoa Innovators, Improving Farms

Cultivating veterans: finding peace with a hoe and pitchfork Military veterans on the Olympic Peninsula are healing invisible wounds of war by digging in the…

WSU’s Green Times- Bioasphalt, Fungi, Soil

Paving the way with fryer oil The heat, the petroleum fumes…  No one likes to be stuck behind an asphalt paving truck on a sweltering…

WSU’s Green Times- Grains in a Glass, Humanure, Fighting Bugs

Green Times is a monthly electronic newsletter for the friends and stakeholders of the Washington State University College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS),…
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